Texas doctor and North Carolina aid worker test positive for deadly and incurable disease; situation getting "more and more scary," official says
Researchers in the UK found a fist bump spread fewer germs than shaking someone's hand or giving a high-five
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A survey finds only 22 percent of Americans are confident choosing a doctor
Personal sleep monitors put an additional emphasis on sleep and may help people get a better night's rest
Now that warm weather has arrived, it's time to eat, drink -- and be wary
In our busy, connected world it can be challenging to decompress, but there are ways to optimize the health benefits of a getaway
How germy are popular ways of greeting? Study compares handshakes, high-fives and fist bumps, and finds a big difference
Leading pediatrician's group says prescription Synagis should not be given to so many kids; drugmaker fires back
With limited police attention and decentralized record-keeping, medical ID theft can be relatively easy pickings for criminals
Cautionary tales about some rare but potentially serious health risks that can quickly turn a summer vacation into a nightmare
A study examines the relative happiness of U.S. cities - how did yours fare?
On July 27, 1965, President Johnson signed legislation requiring labels warning of the hazards of smoking
Support groups offer help for those who just can't throw anything away, a condition now classified as a mental disorder
Advertisements touting the health and medicinal benefits of tobacco products, featuring reassuring doctors, cute babies, and cartoon characters
Passenger fell ill on a flight, possibly exposing many others before he died
Wearable tech that keeps tabs on your shuteye may be a good start in your quest for a better night's rest
Emmett and Owen Ezell and their parents celebrated with a visit to the hospital where the boys were separated
A lot has changed since the U.S. banned gay men from donating blood at the height of the AIDS scare in the 1980s; why is the policy still in place?